This week's Pals Paper Arts Challenge is called "Ribbon or Fabric" Clean and Simple. Of course this is all up to YOUR interpretation! I didn't have any fabric to use, so....
Scallop Edge Border punch is the star of this show! I made my scalloped paper look like fabric ruffles by cutting them into narrow strips and "aging" them by crinkling them upward after applying. I thought adding a button with a cording tie might give a fabric feel as well. What will YOU do when you play along? Don't forget, there is Blog Candy at stake here!!
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Today's Project List:
Card Stock: Cherry Cobbler, Very Vanilla, Old Olive
Designer Series Paper: Jolly Holiday, Regals Patterns Designer Pack
Stamps: Bright Christmas, Tags til Christmas
Ink: Cherry Cobbler
Extras: Scallop Edge Border punch, Scallop Circle punch, 1-1/4" Circle punch, Deck the Halls Big Designer Button, Gold Elastic cord (retired), Mini Glue Dots
Oh my Patti those colors are BEAUTIFUL together, I LOVE LOVE all those scallops..The flower and button looks great what a pretty idea!
Patti, I love this! The multiple layers of scallops really do give a fabric feel to this card! Great layout as always!
don't you wish they still sold the cording? what a pretty card and I love how you "aged" the ruffle. Hugs, M
What a great card Patti! The scallops do look like ruffles and the button just pulls it together.
Patti your ruffles look amazing and the colors are perfect with the DSP. LOVE that DSP.
Patti, I love how you made the DSP look like fabric. So awesome. Love that button!! Hugs,
Patti, those layered scallops are absolute GORGEOUSNESS. I love the whole design of this lovely card. XOXO
wow! I actually thought it was fabric on your card but it was paper! You did a great job making faux fabric! I just love the ruffles!
This is gorgeous! I love your layout.
Love the ruffled petticoat effect! So cute!
Very tricky interpretation, Patti! I agree with Linda, a very pretty ruffled petticoat! Beautiful card.
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